16-35MM Wide Angle Moody Redwoods Landscape Photography

It’s easy to get discouraged in Landscape photography when you visit a location over and over, but you can’t seem to get an image. On this journey, we capture some coastal redwoods landscape photography, a subject I have struggled to get an image of for 10 years. I also share a bit of advice on how to not get discouraged when you don’t get an image during one of your photoshoots.

This trip was such a pleasant surprise for me and I am not sure what it was that clicked this time. Perhaps it was a mix of the conditions being perfect and also just being inspired by some of the compositions I found. Below you can see a collection of what I captured and a variety of new images from the Redwoods. You can also see a few aerial images I captured on the Oregon Coast shortly after. I really hope you all enjoy the vlog and image gallery!


California Redwoods Landscape Photography
California Redwoods Landscape Photography

California Redwoods Landscape Photography
California Redwoods Photography

California Redwoods Landscape Photography
California Redwoods Photography

This image was a lot of fun to shoot. I loved seeing all the different shapes and tones of the forest. I also really liked that pocket of mist out in the distance.



California Redwoods Landscape Photography
California Redwoods

California Redwoods Landscape Photography
Redwood Landscape Photography

Here’s a panorama, taken using two vertical wide-angle frames. I really liked the lead in here with that blue glow out towards the horizon.


Oregon Coast Landscape Photography
Oregon Coast Landscape Photography

Oregon Coast Landscape Photography
Oregon Coast Landscape Photography

This one was my favorite composition of my entire trip. I loved the abstract shapes here and how the little sand patterns almost look as though they are mountains, with hills that lead down towards the shore. I took 50 different versions of this frame, trying to find the right waves and patterns to focus on. This one ended up being my favorite.


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